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FS/FT: Soulland Varsity Jacket 44-46 *better pic and measurements added!*

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by kindofyoung, Jan 9, 2013.

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    ^Fitpics are from my own WAYWT-posts^ Not sure I want to sell this, but putting it up to see if there's any interest. The left sleeve got a small rip a while ago (dunno how, must have bumped into something), had this repaired and it's impossible to see when worn. Other than that, it's in 8/10 condition. So, the really nice piece in question is a navy/beige Soulland Varsity-jacket, made in collaboration with the english brand House of Billiam, meaning that it's handmade (as all HoBs jackets are). Retail on this was close to 600$. Now selling for 260+shipping (should be around 40$) Body is navy wool, sleeves and pocket-details are beige suede, cuffs and collar are a knitted navy wool-blend, and the whole thing is lined with...well lining (dunno exact material, but it's comfortable) Only reason I might sell this is because I've simply grown even more since I purchased it, and since it was almost close to being too small in the first place, it now doesn't fit as well as it used to (shoulders a bit tight, sleeves a bit short) Should fit very well for a 44 or a small 46 (which I was when I got it) [​IMG] Might consider trades for other cool stuff in 46-47(preferably outerwear), or some cool footwear in 43, so PM if you're interested and tell me what you've got :)
     

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